Paint our Barns

We have a red stock barn on our property and would like for you to turn it into a work of art. Paint the whole barn, paint one wall, or just one board. We are open to all of your creative ideas and will provide the space and the paint. You bring your brains and brushes.

Don’t worry.  Your time and effort will be compensated.

Social Media contest coming soon.

Submit your ideas by March 16th.

Luck of the Irish winners will be announced on March 17th

There will be painting party on Saturday April 27th to celebrate Earth Day.

To start things off like and share this post with your artist friends to be entered to win a batch of homemade fried pies,

Send us your ideas via persona message on Facebook or Instagram.

#paintmybarn #muralart #rabbitcircle #earthday #rabbitcircle

Spring is in the air

The buttercups are out. If you aren’t local this news may surprise you, but spring is already making its presence known, even before it officially gets here.

There’s a secret spot down by the river that’s loaded with buttercups. Buttercups bloom locally for a couple of weeks. We will be stopping by the river until the middle of March.

Farm to table dinner supports the Farmer Veteran Coalition

White’s Family Farm hosted a farm to table dinner to benefit the Farmer Veterans Coalition.  “Cruising in the Corn” was an evening of music, history, stories, drinks and food.


Jake from Nash a local instagram hero and his trusty people Jodi and Kelley took a private tour with Rabbit Circle out to the farm for  dinner. We all enjoyed  local favorites,  Drunken Pig BBQ, prepared a smoked pork butt. Justin Dorris and his crew prepared the smoked meat in the traditional southern style of BBQ. They smoke their meat with the same slabs of wood that tobacco farms use to smoke the beloved “dark fire” tobacco  . Nelson’s Green Bier Distillery,  Black Horse Beer  and Petri Cigars were also at the table.  Petri  cigars  are made with a blend of local Robertson County Tobacco.  Petri Italian cigars won  the title Gold Medal Best Cigar at the Panama Pacific International Exposition in 1915.   The hardwood smoked pork and tobacco from the Black Patch are what legends and fine meals are made of.

 Photo Credit to The Robertson County Connection

Robertson County Connection Tobacco Heritage

Check out this 2013 article in the Robertson County Connection written by Rachel Swann

Robertson County tobacco heritage lives on through young farmers

The drive down Hwy 25 in Robertson County is often described as a scenic route this time of year. The soy beans are turning from bright green to a mustard yellow, telling farmers that harvest is near, the roads are lined with “Pumpkin Patch This Way” signs and the tobacco barns are full of hanging burley and smoking dark-fired plants.

Edible Nashville’s Farm to Table Dinner

Farm to Table Dinner

On Saturday July 21,  we hosted a custom tour for Edible Nashville’s Farm to table dinner. We picked up folks at the Noelle Hotel in Downtown Nashville and carried them out to to Turnbull Creek Farm in Bon Aqua, TN.

The beautiful farm is run by Tallahassee May, farmer and owner who also operates Fresh Harvest, the first online CSA in middle Tennessee.

We are happy to set up a customized tour for your group.  We are happy to provided services via 4×4 trucks, helicopter, small plane or bus.  Contact us directly to plan your trip. 971-400-6420

Check out the photos from the dinner on Edible Nashville

Edible Nashville on Facebook

Edible Nashville on Instagram


White’s Family Farm Plants Corn Maze.

White’s Family Farm planted their fall corn maze last week. The maze is on honor of Alan Jackson’s 60th Birthday.  Follow the link below to Mike Womble’s ie Rocky Top Aerial Photography video footage. If you are interested in joining one of our small group tours or bookings a large group tour for the Maze let us know early. September will be here before you know it. 971-400-6420